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gobigdave

Scituate, US
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gobigdave Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Aug 2006
Thu 28-Feb-13 06:46 PM

I'm a recent convert from a D7000 to a D600. I love the camera, but I can't seem to solve a RAW problem with Aperture. The problem is that images initially come into Aperture looking like I expect -- probably because Aperture is using the JPG preview in the NEF file. However, once I select the image, Aperture processes the RAW file for it's own preview, and the image then becomes MUCH darker. No amount of settings will recover the shadow detail. This does not happen with the Nikon software, and it definitely didn't happen with my D7000 images.

Anyone else see this issue? If so, do you have any suggestions, or do I need to chalk this up to a bad Apple D600 RAW converter and look into Lightroom?

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